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Dig Local - Weekly Scoop, July 9-15 

Happy Monday! This week we’re featuring local business owner, Lexi Diyeso. Lexi started Hazel Twenty in 2014 as a mobile clothing boutique in Asheville, and has just recently opened the doors to a brick and mortar location this past May! You can find her new shop on the corner of Patton and Lexington at 16 Patton Avenue. The inspiration for the name, Hazel Twenty, came from two things: Hazel, the name of her adorable Great Dane, and Twenty, her number as a collegiate soccer player at the University of South Carolina. Lexi loves being a member of Asheville’s tight knit local community and especially enjoys being a part of the downtown scene.


Hazel Twenty’s mission is to empower women to feel good about themselves through clothing and accessories that not only fit well, but wear well. In her store, she features women's clothing and accessories, as well as home goods and shoes. Make sure to stop by and get your groove on every Friday from 4-9pm for DJ Fridays and visit their website here to learn more.

Also, check out a few of the locally curated Scoops from the Dig Local Scoop Calendar this week!  See the complete Scoops Calendar for where to go and what to do, every day in Asheville on the free Dig Local App and at DigLocal.com.



Dust off your boots and get on over to District Wine Bar for their Honky Tonk Karaoke night! Starting at 8pm, get ready to channel your inner Dolly Parton or Johnny Cash. With plenty of wine and beer available to get you loosened up before the show, this is sure to be a great time!



World Cup Asheville

Join Jack of the Wood as they hold a watch party for the World Cup Semi Finals at 2pm! Catch France and Belgium as they face off for their chance at the Finals. They are opening their pub early Tuesday for the event so make sure to come out with all of your friends!


Otters WNC

Swing by the WNC Nature Center and meet the river otters, Obi and Olive! Learn all about river otters while you watch them enjoy their lunch during this educational program at 11:30am. Unplug the kids and get outside for this fun learning opportunity about local WNC wildlife.



Thirsty Thursday

Hitch a ride with Leap Frog Tours to the Asheville Tourist game for Thirsty Thursday! You can book your round trip ticket for the game for only $40 online or by calling (828) 246-6777. This includes your ticket to the game, as well! Reserve your spot now for a great day on the ball field.



Jordan Okrend

If you’re a fan of live music sessions, check out Rustic Grape’s live patio session featuring Jordan Okrend. Jordan is an Asheville-based singer/songwriter that blends contemporary music with classical music in smooth harmony. With musical influences from John Lennon, Bob Marley and Marvin Gaye, he’s made his own powerful sound mix combining vintage pop, jazz, and blues.



Head out to Pisgah Brewing’s Outdoor Stage for a two day concert starting on Saturday at 6:30pm. All the way from Santa Cruz, CA, STS9 with Cofresi will be performing their mix of electronica with a combination of 21st century dance music and the dynamics of a band. Their outdoor stage is awesome, so make sure you go out and see this show! 



Sunday is National Ice Cream Day so hop on over to The Hop Ice Creamery, for their free creamery tours. Stop by at either 12:15, 1:30, or 2:45. Each tour lasts about an hour and there are no reservations necessary. They are located at 167 Haywood and are right across from Hole Doughnuts and Urban Orchard Cider Company.

Again, for all of this week’s Scoops and more, visit our website or download the Dig Local App. Keep Digging Local!